Supplemental Healthcare is a very professional informative company
Travel nurse working in emergency departments (Current Employee) – New York – October 1, 2015
Supplemental Healthcare is the agency that has assigned me to my travel locations as a traveling nurse. They have guided me through all of the protocols that I have needed to work in a particular hospitals. They keep me up to date on insurance, licenses and certifications needed for a particular assignment and call and email me to check up in me.
You will spend the majority of your day chasing down Therapists for very short three month contracts with low bill rates. Must make close to 80 cold calls a day and maintain close to five new hires permore... week.
It did help me to learn more effective time management skills and ways to maximize my foot print on social networking sites.
Management was good when I first arrived, but then a new Director of Recruitment was hired who then promptly let go of a number of us and brought in her own team from her previous job.
My co-workers were great! I really enjoyed working with each of them!
The hardest part of the job was truly just sitting in once place all day long every day.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to build relationships with the Therapists I worked with every day. less
Bad office building, sitting at desk all day, not much room for advancement
Occupational Therapist (Current Employee) – Syracuse, New York – September 14, 2015
Supplemental Health Care is a recruiting company that made my transition from pediatrics to adult rehab easy. They frequently check in to make sure the job placement is a good fit and they are quick to contact supervisors if there are problems.
SPT (Current Employee) – HI, AZ – September 12, 2015
You just go there show up and do something and get paid. You don't have to do the job right. Life you don't have one these assignments think they own you like a slave. No benefits and when they say theymore... will reimburse they do not so forgetful in their favor. No job security or advancement and management places you where they want not where you like. Your all alone on assignment so there is no culture. Do what you have to do and get out or they will use you that's all. less
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – August 17, 2015
It was a struggle to get paid and just as difficult to extend the contract date for the client. This must have been a poorly managed office, because I have had much better experiences in the past with this company.
Senior Recruiter (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 5, 2015
This particular niche is completely complicated. We only staffed shift fill on call physical therapist, speech therapists and occupational therapists. These are hard to come by. The Board had just changedmore... the requirements at the time I was brought on, from Masters Degrees to Doctorates and the ability to allocate a therapist willing to be on call and move around the valley and not take a permanent job was slim to ZERO. So of no fault of ours or the companies, there had to be a down sizing. I am in still great relations with the team. less
Cna (Current Employee) – Columbia, MD – July 29, 2015
Come in the morning .Greet the staff.Then begin vitals and water formy patients that need it.Start baths,showers,weight and the documentation.Also greet patients properly when I enter the the room.And respect their privacy.
I worked in a field where I had 35 patients and most high acuity. I wouldn't change my experience for the world. Supplemental is am agency type work, so they could send me anywhere and I had to be ready to jump in, although knowing I could always ask questions.
I felt the company was always looking out for my best interest and making sure I got the right fit.
RN (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 30, 2015
This is my first and only travel agency I've worked with and I will try none other. My travel manager is amazing and looked out for me. The travel company had a lot of opportunities and were flexiblemore... when needed. Efficient, professional and paid well. I did work for them in 2012-2013, but also in 2008-2009 and some of 2010. I would get 3 month contracts or more and I would get asked back based on good standing with position. less
Gas cards, birthday cards, sent random gifts and opportunity to earn points for gifts, recruiting bonus opportunities
I've worked with them for 2 years now, they hired me right after I got my RN license. Out of the other 4 I've worked for in the past, maxim, nurse core, integrated healthcare, this was hands down the best!more... They care about their employees and the contracts they get. They go out of their way to help, what ever you need and they always have your back. They have corrections, hospital, clinics and home care work, plus a few more. This is a great place to work! Oh and they pay the best! I was a new nurse making $33 hr. less
Great people, reward point system with great items, referral bonuses, lots of different companies